2011 Infiniti QX56 Makes Debut in Beijing

Japanese carmaker Nissan will present the 2011 luxury full-size SUV coming from its luxury division Infiniti, on April 23, at the 2010 Beijing Auto Show. Alongside the QX56, Infiniti will also present the 2010 FX sport utility vehicle, EX25 coupe crossover, G37 convertible and G25 premium sport sedan. The production models will be accompanied by the Essence concept.

Back to the 2011 Infiniti QX56, the SUV is powered by a 5.6l V8 engine, which develops 441 hp. Power is distributed to the wheels with the help of an All-Mode 4WD system, while driving is enhanced with the help of the Intelligent Cruise Control. The model's introduction to China marks the moment when all the Infiniti models are available in the country.

"Infiniti QX56 is a full-size luxury SUV offering an outstanding combination of refinement, roominess, advanced technology and power. Its sophisticated exterior design and comfortable interior space, with versatile cargo area, will attract an active affluent family, who seeks the full complement of luxury and comfort in life," Infiniti says in a release.

The 2010 FX series which will be presented at the event comes in the form of the FX35 and FX50. They are powered by a 5.0l V8 engine, developing 431 ps and a 3.5l V6 (332 ps), respectively.

"In just three years, Infiniti has made significant advances into the Chinese market by expanding the product lineup and developing its sales and service network. As part of the Infiniti Retail Environment Design Initiative, Infiniti has established 19 dealerships in major cities in most regions across the country and hopes to grow that to more than 30 by the end of 2011," the carmaker says.
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